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The advice centre will remain open throughout the current lockdown, but can only accept bookings for phone appointments. (click on an adviser at the bottom of this page to see adviser availabilities)

(*you can send your query to suadvice@edgehill.ac.uk if your query is not urgent and you do not require an appointment)

Our Advice Centre is independent, confidential, and here to support you.


What does that mean?


We offer free and confidential advice to all Edge Hill University students. As we are independent from the University, we can support students when it comes to academic matters, in addition to housing and finance.


Our expert and friendly advisors are non-judgemental and have your best interests at the heart of their service. The Advice Centre is located on the second floor of The Hub, over the bridge.


You can either book an appointment using the form below, or if you have any questions about our Advice Centre, you can email suadvice@edgehill.ac.uk.


This Webpage includes COVID-19 updates, and our Advice Centre Booking Form.



COVID UPDATE - August 2020


We have a limited adviser presence back on campus and students can now book phone appointments using the information at the bottom of this page.


There will be no Drop-In or face to face appointments until further notice.



Information if you are contacting us as you would like someone to accompany you to an investigation meeting, a DPM, or a Panel hearing:


Please be aware that we have a limited staff service at the moment, and appointments are filling up fast meaning we cannot guarantee our availability to attend.


Please also note that an adviser will only be able to attend a panel hearing if:


  • They have seen all relevant documentation at least 5 working days prior to the hearing (this would be);
    • The invite(s) to the investigation stage and/or panel hearing.
    • Any documentation/report relating to the concerns being investigated.
    • Any evidence presented by the university.
    • Any statement and evidence the student would want to be considered at the meeting/hearing.
  • The adviser will also require to speak with the student after reviewing all of the above and prior to any meeting/hearing.

Without the above criteria being adhered to we cannot guarantee an adviser will attend or advise as they would not be expected to attend any hearing where they have not had appropriate time to review all of the essential documentation and be appropriately prepared.


As stated above, please also note that the SU advice centre runs an online booking system and that this means that both advisers may be already pre-booked with appointments on the day of the panel. 


Booking Form


To book an appointment, please select one of the advisers below and complete the booking form.